Joe Jacobs investigates the 1971 United Kingdom postal workers strike, which was the country's first national postal strike. Published as Solidarity pamphlet number 36.
Postal worker Roy Mayall describes the reality of Royal Mail's much-heralded 'modernisation', and the upcoming further 'deregulation' of the postal sector.
Self-described 'overworked postie' Roy Mayall discusses the coalition government's plans to privatise the postal service.
Roy Mayall on why the new agreement between the CWU and Royal Mail is bad for workers and bad for customers.
Union members at Fujitsu Services have voted for strike action over pensions, pay and job cuts.
Kmart worker Karl recounts his employment in the late 70s and early 80s, with his and his co-workers' unofficial way of supplementing their wages.
Distribution of anarchist literature has been a major difficulty for decades, and recent improvements to a range of products has repeatedly been held back by this fact. what can we do about it?
The potential of proletarian interaction - as we enter the "surreal phase of capital's domination"...
The book can be bought online from Mute magazine, Amazon UK, and Blackwell.
Restaurant and tire workers have won strikes with a bus drivers' strike ongoing.
News and articles about work, policy and struggles in the communications sector, from telecoms to postal and delivery services around the world.
An interview with an IWW member in Miami about working in hotels.
A review by Rod Jackman of Black Flag Boricuas: Anarchism, Antiauthoritarianism, and the Left in Puerto Rico, 1897-1921.
Some quick thoughts on the need to respect picket lines and the challenge of the anti-strike laws and multi-union workplaces.
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